The Williamstown Historical Museum is an admission-free museum and research center dedicated to explaining the history of the most northwestern township of Massachusetts.
Founded in 1941 as the House of Local History, the goal is to preserve and to promote knowledge of the town’s past. Over the years they have grown into a museum with compelling, informative exhibits and a research center with a substantial archive of photos, objects and documents that relate to the evolution of our town. Our collection includes items from the 1700s to the present day, as well as published works related to the town’s history.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10am-2pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12pm -4pm